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We process quality control as followed. If you want to get a view on our quality inspection, we can assist you and communicate about those processes in real time from the moment you make an order until the shipping.
1. A pre-production inspection tells you which kind of raw materials (or components) will be used. Factories are often suspected of lowering their costs by purchasing substandard materials, and this can be disastrous for the buyer (e.g. the wrong kind of SAP with lower absorbency power).The pre-production inspection can also focus on the processes followed as production starts. Sometimes this can also be critical, as Chinese factories very often cut corners and do not respect the blueprints of your choice (e.g. patterns for cutting fabric are received from the buyer, and they are modified to make the process easier and faster).
2. A during production inspection (often called “DUPRO” in the industry) allows you to have an idea of average product quality, early in the production cycle. It is the most useful and the most under-rated tool at the disposal of importers, who often only rely on final inspections.
It usually takes place once some finished products have come out of the lines. If quality issues are found, what is already produced might be re-workable, and corrective actions can be taken for the rest of the job. It gives us the time to plan ahead, and even to avoid delays (repairs and re-inspections take much more time when problems are noticed after all production is finished).
3. The final random inspection (also called “pre-shipment inspection”) is by far the most common type of QC check. It takes place once 100% of shipment quantity is finished and at least 80% is packed, so it can be a real random inspection (this is not exactly the case if quality is checked earlier) and suppliers cannot play games.
It puts pressure on suppliers and gives power to buyers. Its objective is really to confirm a shipment’s quality, rather than catching issues early. Therefore do complement final inspections with a DUPRO, to avoid finding disasters at the last minute.
4. The container loading inspection, like the pre-production inspection, if you have precise loading plan and needs it to be respected very precisely or if the packaging is not conventional
It can also ensure that the right kind of products is shipped out in the right quantity, in case of consolidation.
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